During the month of April, Skagit Valley in Washington State turns into a patchwork of vibrant colors from the tulip bloom. The entire month of April is dedicated to the Tulip Festival, which is scheduled and designed around the bloom that brings in people from all over. I have heard of this festival before but never had the opportunity to visit until last April when driving back from Vancouver Island. It was an easy detour that was well worth the visit. The colors were impossibly bright and vibrant and other than a slight reduction in exposure, the colors seen here were as captured.
“Have you gazed on naked grandeur
where there’s nothing else to gaze on,
Set pieces and drop-curtain scenes galore,
Big mountains heaved to heaven, which the blinding sunsets blazon,
Black canyons where the rapids rip and roar?
Have you swept the visioned valley
with the green stream streaking through it,
Searched the Vastness for a something you have lost?
Have you strung your soul to silence?
Then for God’s sake go and do it;
Hear the challenge, learn the lesson, pay the cost.” -Robert W Service
Proud to say my full portfolio is done. Took forever to go through two years of images, I pieced together my favorite ones. Let me know what you guys think, link in my bio.👌🏻
This winter has been work work work. I have a lot more to share with you soon to come, been making a bigger project for some time now. It's cool to see progression, that's a huge thing thats drives me. Anyways, thanks for your constant support, also be looking out for something new here soon.😏👀
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I could be a morning person if this is what every morning looked like